Today, we announce the largest class of Atlas Corps Fellows EVER – Atlas Corps Class 13 and celebrate the achievement of 200 Fellows! In fact, Atlas Corps is now 206 Fellows from 54 countries and 109 Host Organizations. Awesome! Beyond the dynamic Host Organizations that will welcome these Fellows, we also recognize the additional support received from American Express, Humanity United, U.S. State Department Office of the Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan, U.S. Embassy Pakistan, and the TOMODACHI Initiative. Thank you for helping us recruit, place, and engage these Fellows! Atlas Corps is truly a collaboration of inspiring individuals and organizations. Now, let’s give a warm Atlas Corps Welcome to Class 13. Thanks!
-Francis Gallardo Enrique (Philippines, Host: Points of Light)
-Hajira Khan (Pakistan, Host: Meridian International)
-Hakim Monykuer Awuok (South Sudan, Host: Lost Boys Center for Leadership Development)
-Hamid Ali (Pakistan, Host: Islamic Leadership Institute of America)
-Jane Wothaya Thirikwa (Kenya, Host: Human Rights Campaign)
-Kunihiro Shimoji (Japan, Host: National Bureau of Asian Research)
-Lukudu William (South Sudan, Host: National Endowment for Democracy)
-Machien Luoi (South Sudan, Host: BRAC USA)
-Maisoon Ibrahim-Ateem (Sudan, Host: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation)
-Mari Seto (Japan, Host: GlobalGiving Foundation)
-May Abd Elnasir (Sudan, Host: Voice of America)
-Moeko Shinohara (Japan, Host: GlobalGiving Foundation)
-Nabeel Biajo (Sudan, Host: Voice of America)
-Neimat Abubaker-Abas (Sudan, Host: Women for Women International)
-Randa Osman (Sudan, Host: CARE)
-Suzan Abdallah (Sudan, Host: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation)
-Thembi Mdachi (Malawi, Host: Agora Partnerships)
-Tomoko Yamashita (Japan, Host: Mercy Corps)
-Tushar Malik (India, Host: Human Rights Campaign)
-Zuhal Ahmed Fadl (Sudan, Host: Oxfam America)
Celebrate on Thursday, September 5, 2013, in Washington, DC.
Tickets available at bit.ly/AtlasCorpsGoGlobalGala2013!
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